Fleet Management

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Who We Are

Fleet Management is responsible for the acquisition and disposal of all city vehicles, providing the preventative maintenance and repair on those vehicles, purchasing parts and accessories, recycling materials, and managing the fuel resources for the City of Reno.  Fleet Services received a customer satisfaction rating of 99.68% good or excellent in fiscal year 2014/2015.

Our Commitment

We are dedicated to providing all City Departments with quick, safe and efficient service to allow them to return to their job as soon as possible.  We strive to keep the local air and the Truckee River clean by ensuring that City equipment does not pollute and passes all smog and fuel guidelines. 

In addition, the City’s fleet uses environmentally friendly solvents, recycled tires where practical along with reclaimed motor oil and other automotive fluids.  

Frequently Asked Questions & Information

How many vehicles do we manage?

The Fleet crew maintains over 800 vehicles, with over 600 of them belonging to the City of Reno.  Fleet Management has contracts to service Truckee Meadows Water Authority Fleet.  The largest users of the services offered by Fleet Management are the Reno Police Department with 263 vehicles and Public Works with 252 vehicles. We also service 81 vehicles for the Parks and Recreation Department and 33 vehicles from other city departments

What are the qualifications of the Fleet Management Section?

The staff of Fleet Management holds over 80 Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certifications. The fleet shop is an ASE “Blue Seal” Shop, certified in every service they perform, for the past 8 straight years.  The “comeback” or “re-work” rate for the service provided has remained at less than 1%.  City of Reno's fleet shop was the first municipal shop in Northern Nevada to acquire this certification.  Fleet Management also earned the prestigious Government Fleet Management Alliance Certified Fleet Management Operation Award in 2012!

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